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Acorn User - December 1996

Cultivating an exotic crop of textures
Faster modems
Business page
New release of the classic Pipedream
Importing RTFs plus the new Psions
Cover disc
Game Show
Marsquake update and a new release from Generation Design
Adventure Games
With graham Nelson
Free ads
Subscribers' page
The Regan Files
Diana Freeman from The Advisory unit: Computers in education
The Sound square
Making music with Mike Cook
C Tutorial
Rambles through Acorn Wood
By the book
BookMaker from Resource
No wires please
Simple Control from Camboard
In Control
Teaching computer control
Approaching reality
As sweet as URL?
The ANT Internet Suite release II
StrongARM arrives
Fitting the StrongArm card
Graphically correct on the Web
The ultimate software tool
the PCA (Plug-in Compliant Application) from Clares
Not invented here
NetStation Compatibility and Active X
A 'C' breeze
How to assemble arcade games

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4947. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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